Crypto assets present a challenge for taxation, with the ecosystem notoriously murky when it comes to the identities of buyers and sellers.
Refract Highlights the Seattle Glass Story
Discover what makes the Pacific Northwest the heart of the US studio glass art movement through over 70 local artists and art organizations at this October festival.
Embark on an Art Adventure at Seattle Art Fair
This destination for modern and contemporary art showcases the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest alongside galleries from around the world, open July 21 through 24.
The University President Handed Students Diplomas, They Handed Him Back Pride Flags
Denouncing the school’s homophobic hiring practices, graduating students gave Seattle Pacific University’s president a rainbow banner instead of shaking his hand.
Seattle Art Museum Guards Are Trying to Unionize, But It Hasn’t Been Easy
Some workers at the museum say they’ve experienced “aggressive union-busting tactics” since organizing.
Beware, Mosquitoes Are Most Attracted to These 4 Colors
Whether a mosquito bites you might have a lot to do with the colors that you’re wearing, researchers say.
The Anarchist-designed DIY Heaters Saving Lives of Unhoused People
The Portland-based group Heater Bloc has created tent-safe heaters that cost only $7 to build.
Two Artists Charged With Faking Indigenous Heritage to Sell Art
Lewis Anthony Rath and Jerry Chris Van Dyke, who separately sold their work at two Seattle galleries, could face prison time for violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.
The Curious Emergence of Two Mermaid Museums in the US
Two museums, one in Berlin, Maryland, and another in Aberdeen, Washington, are both self-funded women-led projects.
Refract Spotlights Glass Artists in the Pacific Northwest
This annual festival celebrating creative uses of glass returns to Seattle this October with more than 60 local artists.
Statue of Nisqually Environmentalist and Tribal Leader Will Represent Washington at US Capitol
Billy Frank Jr. spent his life examining and advocating on behalf of treaty rights and environmental protections.
Ed Bereal: The Most Important Activist-Artist You Don’t Know
At 83, Bereal is known as a habitual disturber of the peace. That’s not how he’d describe himself, however. “I’m a landscape painter,” says Bereal. “I’m painting the socio-political landscape.”